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eBook Review: Odd by Leigh Ellwood

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Odd certainly lives up to its name, though certainly not in a bad way. This novella is a quirky tale about a young gay guy called Greg Hargrove who attends a themed costume ball as one half of a popular sitcom duo. It’s the hottest party in town, and he has no idea what to expect. Greg enters the party with an open mind, and is delighted when a seriously hot guy starts chatting to him, and they end up being given access to the VIP area of the sumptuous building.

However, Greg’s still not expecting anything from the gorgeous Rick Wade, let alone that they’ll end up hooking up and sneaking off to one of the bedrooms of the mansion for some seriously hot sex. Naturally, he’s delighted when they do, but when Greg wakes up alone, he has no idea what to do next. Was Rick just using him, or is there more to it than that?

Odd is a very hot read. Interesting, well-written, unique and seriously sexy, I’d definitely recommend this to fans of m/m erotic romance.

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